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File #: 21-0901    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 9/27/2021 In control: Planning and Housing Commission
On agenda: Final action:
Title: PPE2021-0001: Application requesting a 2-year extension of time for Precise Plan Modification 2019-0005 for the development of a 48,413-square-foot hotel with 122 rooms on 5.02 acres, located at 2370 Tuscany Street. (Applicant: Aaron Packard, Gold Coast Properties CA1, LLC., 16115 SW 117th Avenue, Unit B2, Miami, FL 33177)
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Exhibit 1 - Resolution No. 2579, 3. Exhibit 2 - Locational & Zoning Map, 4. Exhibit 3.A - Staff Report for PPM2019-0005, 5. Exhibit 3.B - Site Plan, Approved January 21, 2020, 6. Exhibit 3.C - Conditions of Approval, 7. Exhibit 3.D - Letter Submitted by KWC Engineers on behalf of the Applicant
PLANNING AND HOUSING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT



DATE: 10/11/2021

TO: Honorable Chair and Commissioners

FROM: Planning & Development Department

APPLICATION REQUEST:
Title
PPE2021-0001: Application requesting a 2-year extension of time for Precise Plan Modification 2019-0005 for the development of a 48,413-square-foot hotel with 122 rooms on 5.02 acres, located at 2370 Tuscany Street. (Applicant: Aaron Packard, Gold Coast Properties CA1, LLC., 16115 SW 117th Avenue, Unit B2, Miami, FL 33177)

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommended action
That the Planning and Housing Commission adopt Resolution No. 2579 granting a two-year extension of time for PPM2019-0005, based on the finding contained in the staff report.

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PROJECT SUMMARY:
PPM2019-0005 was approved by the Planning and Housing Commission on January 21, 2020 for the development of a 48,413-square-foot hotel with 122 rooms on 5.02 acres, located at 2370 Tuscany Street (Exhibit 2).

Corona Municipal Code (CMC) Section 17.91.110 governs time limits for Precise Plans. Most projects approved by a Precise Plan are required to utilize the permit within two years of its approval. Utilizing a permit is defined as follows:
17.91.110(D)
The permit must be utilized, or if the permit involves a building, construction must be commenced and carried on diligently to completion of at least one usable unit, prior to the expiration of the time limit. If the time limit expires, any privilege, permit or variance granted shall be deemed to have lapsed.

PPM2019-0005 is set to expire January 21, 2022. The Planning and Housing Commission has the authority to extend the time limit upon a finding of unavoidable delay.

The project is currently in the Building Division's plan check process. The applicant, Mr. Packard, is uncertain that he will be able to complete construction of the project before the Precise Plan approval expires. The applicant is seeking a two-year extension to complete the plan check, obtain permi...

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